Cameron has ruled out the UK remaining in the EU after the referendum

Prime Minister David Cameron ruled out the possibility of the preservation of the country in the EU after Brexit. He stated this at a press conference, reports Reuters.

“I threw the head, heart and soul to keep Britain in the European Union, and I failed,” said Cameron, noting the need to maintain UK access to the single EU market.

June 23 in the UK held a referendum in which the majority of voters (52%) favoured leaving the EU.

EU leaders after the publication of the results of the referendum, issued a joint statement which called on the British authorities as soon as possible to start the implementation of the decision on withdrawal from the EU. Any delay only unnecessarily prolong the uncertainty,” said in the European Union. In London the decision was regarded as a pressure.

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